C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design by D. S. Malik (2006-02-09)

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    One thought on “C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design by D. S. Malik (2006-02-09)

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      Ein Buch zum Erlernen von C++ das man mit guten Gewissen weiter empfehlen kann.Der Aufbau von der Basis mit vertiefenden Fakten sind beispielhaft. Ich habe bisher verschiedene C++ Bücher durchgearbeitet,wobei eine Vielzahl von Programmierstilen gezeigt wird. Oft sind veraltete Techniken nicht entfernt und bildeneine unnötigen Ballast.Das ist in diesem Buch nicht der Fall.Es geht um die Frage : Welche Probleme sollen gelöst werden ? Danach wie geht es . Dazu werden eine Vielzahl von Beispiele [...]

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      This book is absolutely amazing. I'm new to programming and the first book I bought was, "C++ Programming in easy steps, Fourth Edition," by Mike McGrath. Another C++ book I have is, "Sams Teach Yourself C=+ in 24 Hours, Fifth Edition" by Jesse Liberty and Rogers Cadenhead. I think those books are a nice way to get started, an introduction in C++, but this book - it's the Full Monty. It's 1,249 pages, including appendixes, of shear knowledge. I haven't finished it yet, so I'll be adding more to [...]

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      I did not go deep enough in the book yet. However there are serious errors in Chapter 4. Several Exercises (7e, 7d and others) try to compare string literals using operators without any comments that this operation has random outcome. Answers do not mention anything about it either making student believe that there is a definite correct answer to such a comparison. This is 7th (!) edition of a very expensive text book used for 1st year C++. It should not have flops of the kind. I do not know wha [...]

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      As a beginner to programming, I can't really say if anything was missing from this book or not, but I can say that after reading it, I have a pretty good understanding of the basics of C++. I have the Kindle version, and it was pretty easy for me to follow along with. There were times when I had to seek other sources in order to get a better understanding of some of the concepts that were presented, but overall I was very pleased with it.

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      With minor improvements, this book continues to be a great learning reference for C++. It is important to keep an open mind about the exercises and always refer to the chapter text or examples when figuring out how to solve a problem. Internet references for standard library methods can more specifically explain each method's usage. That is one area this book seems to fall short of still.

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      It's a C++ text book, and it's ok. There are much better alternatives. I prefer Stroustroup's books, but this one isn't terrible. You'd be better off using Stackexchange's recommended books in my opinion.

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